FRESH. PRESSED. FRUIT.

We like to take on the challenge of nature, and to take care of our olive trees, so that they grow in a healthy, natural environment.

OLIVES

We don’t cultivate olive trees for maximum yield, but for a good yield: it’s the quality, not the quantity that matters. If the tree produces olives, it means that we have pruned it properly, that we cut off the right branches, that it had light and air, and that the ground was kept clear, neither too clear nor not clear enough (without compromising biodiversity, which, we are convinced, contributes to the quality of the oil). There’s no place for weed-killers and chemical fertilizers here.

We don’t want trees whose shape only helps to make it easier to harvest the olives, all the same size, and unattractive, because beauty is also important. We think that an olive tree that has been badly looked after suffers, and, if we make a mistake, we see this in the new growth. We’re not agronomists, but we grew up here, and we’ve watched the olive trees improve year after year, ever since childhood.

OLIVES

We don’t cultivate olive trees for maximum yield, but for a good yield: it’s the quality, not the quantity that matters. If the tree produces olives, it means that we have pruned it properly, that we cut off the right branches, that it had light and air, and that the ground was kept clear, neither too clear nor not clear enough (without compromising biodiversity, which, we are convinced, contributes to the quality of the oil). There’s no place for weed-killers and chemical fertilizers here.
We don’t want trees whose shape only helps to make it easier to harvest the olives, all the same size, and unattractive, because beauty is also important. We think that an olive tree that has been badly looked after suffers, and, if we make a mistake, we see this in the new growth. We’re not agronomists, but we grew up here, and we’ve watched the olive trees improve year after year, ever since childhood.

FAMILY

We cultivate with a non-intensive method, without putting stress on the trees, and we try to get the best possible result by hand.
The kids are running around in the fields; they know the plants which their grandmother picks to cook with. They taste them, only the good ones of course, because nature teaches them to tell the good from the bad. If you get here at lunch-time, the table is under the pergola. You’ll find us all there: there’s good food and, if everything has gone well, our oil. Take a seat, try the oil, and admire the view and the landscape: It will feel like what you’re seeing is what you are tasting. Interview.

FAMILY

We cultivate with a non-intensive method, without putting stress on the trees, and we try to get the best possible result by hand.
The kids are running around in the fields; they know the plants which their grandmother picks to cook with. They taste them, only the good ones of course, because nature teaches them to tell the good from the bad. If you get here at lunch-time, the table is under the pergola. You’ll find us all there: there’s good food and, if everything has gone well, our oil. Take a seat, try the oil, and admire the view and the landscape: It will feel like what you’re seeing is what you are tasting.